National Mortgage Settlement: Nevada Lawmakers Authorize New Financial Fraud Investigator Jobs


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Lawmakers authorize new financial fraud investigator jobs

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Nevada lawmakers are releasing some money the state got in a national mortgage settlement to ramp up a financial fraud investigation unit in the attorney general’s office.

The Legislature’s Interim Finance Committee approved spending nearly $1.3 million in the upcoming fiscal year. That will fund 10 positions, including criminal investigators, prosecutors and support staff.

They plan to seek similar allowances to maintain the positions for four more years.

The attorney general’s office says fraud complaints are on the rise. It received 952 last year and 870 in the first three quarters of this fiscal year.

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17 Responses to “National Mortgage Settlement: Nevada Lawmakers Authorize New Financial Fraud Investigator Jobs”
  1. lvent says:

    I’m going to post more of my motion later.

  2. lvent says:


    Here comes the Defendant’s, pro se, move to vacate Plaintiff’s judgment/order pursuant to FRCP 60 (b.) (4.) and (d.) (3.). This court granted relief on Oct.19, 2013, based on false & misleading statements by PLAINTIFF’S. Defendant’s state in support of their motions:

    Plaintiff’s Motion To Substitute Plaintiff’s claiming they were a “new party” was a false and misleading statement by Plaintiff’s evidenced by the letter Defendant’s recently received from Bayview stating they are still the Plaintiff/Servicer. A copy of the letter is attached to this motion as Exhibits A and B.

    Plaintiff’s Lack of Proper Notice by the time of the hearing on Oct. 19, 2013 was a violation of Defendant’s right to due process and caused the offensive order to be entered.

    Defendant’s discovered Plaintiff’s Bayview Loan Servicing do not have a Notorial Certificate and therefore can have nothing in writing that would satisfy the Statute of Frauds.

    Plaintiff’s lack of due diligence and subsequent actions has caused Fraud in the Procurement. As a,result, Plaintiff’s entire judgment/order is void and of no legal force or effect.

    Because of Plaintiff’s lack of due diligence, and Plaintiff’s subsequent actions have caused Fraud in the Procurement of Plaintiff’s suit, and is a cause for dismissal of Plaintiff’s entire Foreclosure Complaint and also supports Motion to Dismiss scheduled for hearing on December 16, 2013. Fraud in the Procurement of Plaintiff’s suit supports Defendant’s argument in their Motion to Dismiss that Plaintiff’s suit lacks subject matter jurisdiction (810 ILCS 5/3-102).

    Defendant’s argument in support of their Motions is based on well settled case law as follows:

    Void order which is one entered by a court which lacks jurisdiction over parties or subject matter, or lacks inherent power to enter judgment, or order procured by fraud, can be attacked at any time, in any court, either directly or collaterally provided that party is properly before the court, People ex. re. Brizica v. Village of Lake Barrington, 644 N.E. 2d. (Ill. App 2 Dist. 1994).

    In re Marriage of Macino, 236 Ill. App, 3d. 886 (2nd Dist. 1992) (“If the order if void, may be attacked at any time in the proceeding.”).

  3. lvent says:

    When nothing can be legally verified by them, nothing can be legally validated.

  4. lvent says:

    It’s like they’re pretending we’re dead in these courtrooms & I want to know why.

    Moreover, what would the VATICAN’S opinion be on their behavior towards CATHOLICS?

    I think it’s RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION because nothing they’re doing can be legally validated.

  5. lvent says:

    When I get back from my meeting in the CHICAGO HEIGHTS SERTOMA CLUB in the morning I’m going to post my motion.

  6. lvent says:

    It’s not difficult to prove my contention because the RPII is hidden.

    When that’s discovered everything is fraudulent upon it’s face which involves fraud & forgery from the onset to today.

    The essence of fraud is how it vitiates everything once it enters.

    Tomorrow I’m going to post my motion in response to their inquisition that can’t be explained because my motion was denied for no valid reason.

  7. lvent says:

    The RPII is control fraud by fraudulent control of what the fraud controllers can’t possibly own.

    The fact fraud was prevalent in the mortgage industry is well known so the conclusion can be made based on that which gives my claim legal relevance.

    There’s too many party’s to one capital gain which can only mean there’s money laundering, tax evasion & trafficking of every kind going on behind the scenes of this.

  8. lvent says:

    When the RPII is being hidden there can be no legal way for them to proceed because that’s some kind of foreign exchange of something unknown.

    Therefore we’re either living in some foreign land or some foreign land is living in the U.S.

  9. lvent says:

    I wouldn’t even say they’re post judgment hearings because the subject matter is non disclosure.

    Therefore, they’re not going to have discovery because the topic is feudalism over non disclosure.

  10. lvent says:

    It’s everything post factum because that’s the only way they can hide the fraud in the origination.

    To those who say that doesn’t matter that’s fraudulent concealment of the legal facts.

    That’s legal bias because they’re post judgments & that’s what they’re hiding because the RPII is unknown.

  11. lvent says:

    Moreover, LEGAL BIAS is doing the covering up that’s so pervasive it’s become intrusive by exclusion of the facts.

    That’s how dictators hide by giving orders outside the parameters of law which is dictatorial by proxy of others.

  12. lvent says:

    The cover up for the FRAUD IN THE PROCUREMENT is vast because there’s too many investors in it.

  13. Bruce R Nelson says:

    What an old idiot am I! Of course Cordrey or any of his employees we taxpayers are/have wasted yet more money paying their salaries. Just my opinion but I think Ocwen “owns” CFPB…just sayind, beside Cordrey, et does not pay any never mind tous who express our pain and suffing in the b logs. IK E “Frankly my dear I do not give a damn!”

  14. lvent says:

    Because that’s what they’re trying to do they can have everything because nothing’s worth that.

  15. lvent says:

    They’re obviously trying to destroy the credibility of PRO SE defendants by destruction of evidence.

  16. lvent says:

    I think I won the FC dispute in my response to plaintiff’s motion I filed on MARCH 18, 2014 IN THE DALEY CENTER, CHANCERY DIVISION, 50 WEST WASHINGTON, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.

    In DEFENDANT’S RESPONSE TO PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME, NO.11 CH 8076, CALENDAR 59, when I said PLAINTIFF’S failed to disclose good right to recover. The first point in DEFENDANT’S brief relates with the PLAINTIFF’S failure to prove compliance with CHAPTER 154 of the Laws of 1913, relating to firm names, etc.

    The U.S. STATES ATTORNEY may want to look into this case.

  17. Bruce R Nelson says:

    Nevada, right now I wish I had my home there. Maybe the State of Nevada would recover my money instead of wasting over 2 years expecting CFPB to make Ocwen pay me (us) instead of Ocwen rejecting me now “BECA– USE WE “OCWEN OMBUDSMAN” CLAING “OPPS< WE HAVE LOST THE FILES YOU SENT US OVER 2 YEARS AGO (date of "lost notice" mid-March and not a word since!) Sure is nice that Mr Cordrey sanctioned OCWEN to be the "OMBUDSMAN" as its 27 yr CEO Fastface William Embrey sails off into the country of Malta. That Mr. Cordrey could not "smell" the stink coming out of the Ocwen outhouser 2 years ago when I and gobs of others were praying to Almighty God that CFPB was "rescuing" us. TSK TSK TSK, Shame on you Richard, shame shame!

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